Les pire fonctionnalité de l’Assistant de Google est d’avoir toujours de dire « Hey Google »-…

Les pire fonctionnalité de l’Assistant de Google

Les pire fonctionnalité de l’Assistant de Google est d’avoir toujours de dire « Hey Google »-… Les pire fonctionnalité de l’Assistant de Google

Google Assistant’s worst feature is still having to say ‘Hey Google’ – The Verge

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est encore d’avoir à dire « Hey Google » – The Verge


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8 réflexions au sujet de “Les pire fonctionnalité de l’Assistant de Google est d’avoir toujours de dire « Hey Google »-… Les pire fonctionnalité de l’Assistant de Google”

  1. Let me save you a click: the article then goes on to say that the problem is that if you have multiple Google Assistant devices, you never know which one will reply.

    It has nothing to do with having to say « Hey Google. »

  2. Without reading the article, my biggest issue with having to say « Hey Google », or « Ok Google », is that having 4 android phones in my home, and 4 google home devices throughout, it’s difficult for anyone in the house to talk about something google related without accidentally triggering one of them.

    Just the other night, my wife and I were watching TV, and I said something about google and all of a sudden John Legend is chatting away behind us. Scared the crap out of us for a moment.

    I think it’d be great if the assistant had a name like the other one’s out there.

  3. It’s true, that’s an issue. I have to remember to:

    – Say OK/Hey Google when talking to Google Home (voice recognition disabled on phone)

    – Squeeze my phone then just talk, when talking to my Pixel 2 assistant.

    – press the microphone button on my Samsung/iOS devices.

  4. Title implies, by the use of the word « still », that Google Assistant’s main drawback is having to say the « Hey Google » to trigger the Assistant instead of if working instantaneously. Alternatively it can imply that it has been a drawback for a long time, presumably since its inception, but for some other reason. Reason that is conveniently omitted from the title.

    Actual article: « Hey Google » triggers several devices simultaneously since you can’t change the key phrase

    Why? Why would you ever phrase it like this for reasons other than ambiguity so that curious people click on the article thinking the flaw is something actually major.

    9 out of 10 articles I see from the Verge are clickbaits. Why is that outlet still allowed? Or just permit editorializing the title as an exception for the Verge and it would be fine.

    Also solid reporting on that editor’s part:

    >Because the company that sells us the technology wants us to say its name. Constantly. All the time. No matter how much that affects the actual efficiency of the technology.

    That is an opinion and unsubstantiated speculation. I can see why someone could think that and just voicing their opinion in the comment section but I cannot see why is it a claim spun around as a fact by a journalist.

  5. >And it’s all so unnecessary. We can currently assign a name to each Google Assistant device, or namea group ot devices. We can even change the voice of the Google Assistant to several options, including celebrities like John Legend. **So why cant we assign a different launch phrase to each device?** – The Verge

    I could see people assigning different launch phrases to different devices and then later forgetting which launch phrase activates which device.

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